In the Telnet-DeleGate (DeleGate server for Telnet clients), a host name
prefixed with "-ssh" and "." (as "-ssh.host") implies a SSH server
on the host.
In access to such a server, Telnet-DeleGate works as a gateway between
the SSH server and a Telnet client.
For example, using a Telnet-DeleGate configured like follows,
Telnet clients can login to a SSH server on host as user
In this case, the Telnet client cannot specify anything about the target
SSH server and the login procedure is achieved fully automatically.
Reserved characters in the pass part should be escaped with
the "%XX" notation (at least "@" must be escaped with "%40").
Telnet clients without the capability to send authentication information
with the "-l user" option or so, can specify it in the traditional way
of the Telnet-DeleGate as follows: